Freedom Fund Update 4.30.17

Another month down and time to put together a Freedom Fund recap. Last month, I was sitting at approximately $4 in passive income per month. This month, I added a couple shares of Intel and more shares of STB. I compiled a list of companies that have a track record of issuing dividends and have …

Freedom Fund Update – 3.16.17

I’ve been throwing a few bucks into different stocks lately and thought I’d update the list of what’s in the freedom fund. I’ve got a few more shares of Coca Cola and Ford and I added STB to the list. STB is a monthly dividend stock and while it doesn’t pay a terribly high dividend, …

Monthly Dividend Stocks

In my quest for passive income, I am continually adding quality stocks to my list that have a consistent history of paying dividends. In my research of such stocks, I realized that there are stocks that pay monthly dividends as well and that was pretty intriguing. Mostly, the monthly dividends are MUCH less than the …

What I’m Adding to My Freedom Fund this Month

I’ve made it a goal to focus on creating passive income this year. There are so many ways to do it and eventually, I’d like to have some real estate earning passive income, dividend stocks paying the majority of my bills, and who knows what else. For now, I’m focusing on building up my portfolio …

It’s a good time for a good change

via individuallocker.com A new year always beckons change. Every year, after the magic of Christmas has settled, it’s time to look around and take stock of where you are and decide if you’re in the right place and headed in the right direction. I’ve been unsettled personally for much of 2015 and 2016. I knew …

What Makes Up the Freedom Fund

The freedom fund is going to be made up of a list of passive income agents that will hopefully (by the time I’m 35) be paying a large percentage of or all of my basic necessity expenses. I have just started dabbling in investing over the course of the last year and have focused my …

image via itsbrogues.com I want to talk a little about how I live well on a variable budget. There are a couple parts to doing so, the first and biggest one is decreasing your expenses so that you have more flexibility. A couple of years ago, I had a duh, hand to forehead moment when I realized …

How I’m going to beat the rat race: DIVIDEND INVESTING

Have you ever stopped and taken a step back from your life and wondered what the point of it all was? I do this pretty regularly. About a year ago, I really started to question this whole work to live thing. I get that money makes the world go round and I know that you work …